The Secret Service is charged with watching the president's back, but who's watching his wallet? When his credit card was declined last month while dining in New York, President Obama wondered if he had become a victim of identity theft.
Military and White House officials said Friday that the fierce fighting in the Syrian border town of Kobani has created an opportunity to take out large numbers of Islamic State fighters pouring into the battle.
The Pentagon police have shut down a building entrance and a portion of the south parking lot because a woman was sick and told emergency personnel that she had recently been to West Africa, officials said.
In two of the most important -- and closest -- races, Louisiana and Georgia, a candidate must reach a threshold of 50 percent on election night to claim victory. If they don’t, the race goes to a runoff.
As the midterm congressional elections near, an uneasy American public is rattled by threats of terror and a viral scourge from abroad, but the issue that may determine how they vote is lingering concern over the American economy.
Leave it to the Dem-heavy City of Milwaukee Election Commission to ban a 78-year-old poll observer for doing her job, a draconian punishment one election official described as nothing short of partisan “intimidation” in the remaining days before Wisconsin’s tightly contested gubernatorial election.
As the mid-west community of Ferguson continues to experience turmoil over the shooting of black 18-year-old Michael Brown by white police officer Darren Wilson, with even worse expected once the Grand Jury releases its finding clearing Officer Wilson, the question that comes to mind is where are the angry white folks ?
Responding to growing calls to appoint an "Ebola czar" to lead America's battle against the deadly virus, sources confirm to Fox News that President Obama plans to name Ron Klain, a longtime political hand with no apparent medical or health care background.
Republican candidate Joni Ernst defended her opposition to abortion rights during Thursday's final debate between her and Iowa Democrat Bruce Braley in their neck-and-neck race for a U.S. Senate seat, but she said for the first time that she might support a legal exception to save the life of the mother.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent more than $39 million on obese lesbians, origami condoms, texting drunks, and dozens of other projects that could have been scrapped in favor of developing an Ebola vaccine.
A tightening Senate race in New Hampshire is bringing with it an onslaught of negative ads and campaign-trail recriminations, as Republican Scott Brown closes the gap against incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.